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Jan 14, 2013 4:30pm PST
in august. if there are any questions? >> director metcalf? >> are the buses entering the station and the buses leaving, crossing each other, so they have to stop and wait for each other? >> there are set of lights controlled. >> because this counterclockwise intrinsic is so valuable? >> we have done a lot of studies and the timing is such that you can switch across there. >> bob, i think has more to add. >> actually, the clockwise movement and in combination with the left-hand running moves that cross traffic from the entrance of the station out to a point on the ramp, where we have a signalized crossover. because it was the buses need to be clockwise run sog running so that it can drop off passengers and pick up passengers. if we didn't, it was because of that that we introduced the left-running ramp that avoids that crossover at that point where it causes a problem. >> okay. >> director reiskin. >> so i have one similar question. do we know kind of at peak future capacity how many vehicles per hour would be going through that interchange? and would this be a triggered
Jan 10, 2013 6:30pm PST
questions from director metcalf. >> so whether you add all of those buttresses, going up to more than 200 and a $25 million overexpense compared to what you budgeted. is that out of the $75 million contingency? >> let me talk about that. by the way, if we need to, i don't have it on a slide, but we can have a more detailed report to provide to the board in terms of things that have occurred that cause changes in costs. and to tap into the program accounts. >> that would be great. >> so question do that for a future meeting, certainly. the $75 million, let me expound on contingencies for a minute, if i could take the board's time. there are four buckets of different types of contingency items. the most prominently displayed is the reserve account that director reiskin said is around $25 million today. that is down from 45 when we established the budget. that is intended for things that change the scope of the project. buttress increase was certainly that kind of event that would tap into that. the second type that today is around $32 or $33 million is construction contingency. the int
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